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modulator for am modulations please help

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hello

what kinds of modulator use for ssb sc,dsb sc and vsb modulations
what is range of ssb.dsb,vsb modulations

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All of these are suppressed carrier AM. There are several ways of removing the carrier but the most common is to use a balanced modulator or a double balanced modulator. These will produce two sidebands (DSB) but you can then fully remove one of then (SSB) or partially remove one (VSB) using filtering techniques.

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thanks betwixt

there are many modulator like diode modulator,transistor modulator
but how i decide what kind of modulator use and why?
 

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thanks betwixt

there are many modulator like diode modulator,transistor modulator
but how i decide what kind of modulator use and why?

One of the best sources on answers to your questions is "ARRL Radio Amateur's Handbook" issued annually by ARRL. I can recommend it.
 

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